If you use the Express lanes on I-95, prepare to pay way more. The same could go for parking your car in Downtown Miami. The trend called congestive pricing is taking off.
Four years in the making, the reversible toll lanes on I-595 are scheduled to open Wednesday afternoon for a trial run with real traffic.
Drivers who like to use the express lanes on I-95 to zip past traffic in the regular lanes now have to pay a little more for the privilege.
If you want to do your best impression of Ricky Bobby and go fast on I-95 in Miami-Dade County, get ready to shell out a lot more money to hit the interstate’s express lanes.
Express lanes will soon open in Broward County for drivers on Interstate 95.
Miami-Dade Commissioners have given the green light to add express lanes to a portion of the Florida Turnpike.
Starting next week, commuters who take northbound Interstate 95 in Broward County will have an extra lane to travel in.
Starting next Monday, you’ll be able to drive in any lane you like at any time of the day on I-95 in the southern half of Broward County, as the state permanently ends carpool restrictions on that part of the interstate.
The Miami-Dade Expressway Authority has launched a study looking into whether the S. Dixie Highway (US1) Busway should be used for express lane use by commuters.
Driving on some of South Florida’s toll roads are about to get a little more expensive.